Aortic regurgitation is the backflow of blood into the left ventricle from the aorta during diastole.
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Aortic regurgitation murmur
There are four chambers in the human body, each with a valve that helps the blood to come out.
In aortic regurgitation, the aortic valve is not bonded correctly, which causes blood to flow backward into the left ventricle.
Sometimes, there is problem in open and close valve that leads to some of the blood goes back into the chamber instead of moving on its way. It is known as valve regurgitation.
During valve regurgitation, your heart is unable to pump blood effectively to the rest of the body. People are suffering from aortic regurgitation experience fatigue and difficulty breathing. This heart disease can develop suddenly or over many years, but surgery is usually needed to replace or repair the aortic valve once it becomes severe.
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Aortic valve regurgitation life expectancy
Life expectancy after aortic valve replacement is to some extent determined by the age of the patient as well as the type and process of the valve. Valve replacement surgery provides a very good improvement in people suffering from symptoms. People below 50 years of age increase their chances of living even more.
There is no specific way to prevent aortic valve regurgitation, but if you have a symptoms of aortic regurgitation tell your doctor before rising to rheumatic fever. It is also essential to keep your sugar level and blood pressure under control.
To work well, keep your heart active and keep good habits like
- Daily workout at least 150 minutes a week
- Maintain the weight
- Eat rich food and a good diet
- Don’t smoke and drinking
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